Aberdeen City Scotland
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Aberdeen (Trinity) Cemetery is at the end of Errol Street, between King Street (the road to Old Aberdeen) and the sea, within the city.
(The Aberdeen (Trinity) Cemetery, Broadhill Extension, is a separately enclosed cemetery divided from the main cemetery by a road (Park Road) to the beach.).
1914 -1918 Graves specified as (SP) in the entries are in a special Military Plot in Section I., those specified as (CMP) are in a Naval Plot in Section F, those specified as (CG) are in common ground in Section N and the remainder are scattered private graves in the cemetery.
1939-1945 graves are scattered throughout the cemetery.
A Screen Wall is erected carrrying bronze panels on which particulars of all First World War Graves in the cemetery are inscribed.
There are around 170 burials of 1914-1918, (including 1 unidentified sailor of the Royal Navy in F.3. 554(CMP)), and around 30 burials of 1939-1945. In addition there is 1 Non World War burial.